November 26 – Futsal Today

November 26, 2017

Futsal today (Sunday 11/26) from 3:00 to 4:00pm at Marion Cross School, Norwich – Be There! You need to do this.


November 19 – Futsal Starts Today!

November 19, 2017

For those of you who have been missing soccer – Futsal Starts Today! 3:00 to 4:00pm at the Marion Cross School Gym in Norwich. Entrance is on the right (south) side, toward the back of the building. All are invited to come and play.

Futsal is an excellent opportunity for players hoping to improve their soccer skills and to ‘move up’ in the 2018 season. All you need is a sneakers, shorts and a t-shirt. Watt Alexander, an experienced soccer coach and futsal maven runs the sessions, which involve a brief warm-up and games. Watt is a parent of two previous Varsity Captains and runs a great session. This is just what you need!

These sessions are available to all HHS players, regardless of your team level during the 2017 season . . . and Coach Kennedy thinks this is a really good idea.

November 12 – Awards

November 12, 2017

Congratulations to the following Varsity players, who were named All-State by the New Hampshire Soccer Coaches’ Association:

  • Mindy Wu – 1st Team All-State
  • Cate Wagner – 1st Team All-State
  • Carly Craft – 1st Team All-State
  • Bryn Kable – Honorable Mention All-State

In addition, the following team awards were presented at the Varsity banquet last week:

  • Dick Colt Award – Sophie Miles
  • Most Improved Award – Ellie Stannard
  • Unsung Hero Award – Bryn Kable
  • Offensive Player Award – Carly Craft
  • Defensive Player Award – Mindy Wu
  • Most Valuable Player Award – Cate Wagner
  • Sportsmanship Award – Aisling Kelly


November 5 – Season’s End

November 5, 2017

The Varsity girls played their with all their might, but couldn’t quite take a Semi-Final match with Bow on Thursday (11/2). After scoring early and dominating play in the first half, the girls gave up a goal late in the second half – and then proceeded through two scoreless overtimes. A back and forth penalty kick session followed, with Bow finally taking it in the 8th round. The girls finish with a 14-3-2 record and the memory of some great soccer.

** Keep tuned here, we’ll be posting information about opportunities to get in some training over the winter.**

November 1 – On to the Semi-Finals

November 1, 2017

The Varsity girls faced a tough Oyster River side on Sunday (10/29), but emerged with a 2-0 win in yet another day of cold rain. This sets the girls on a course to the semi-finals this Thursday (11/2). The opponent will be #1 Ranked Bow, a side that has caused some frustration this fall. Be there to see the girls do their best. The game starts at 6:00pm and will be played at Bill Ball Stadium at 315 Epping Road in Exeter, NH . . . be there!

Screenshot-2017-11-1 Marauders Girls Soccer Picture Site

October 28 – On To the Quarterfinals

October 28, 2017

The Varsity girls had a great outing Thursday (10/26) evening, ignoring the cold rain and showing strong defense and offense in a 5-0 Preliminary Round Playoff win over Lebanon on the HHS Turf. Check it out at –

The girls will be at it again Sunday (10/29) at 1:00pm on the HHS Turf in a quarterfinal match vs. Oyster River. Pack some rain gear and come out to support the girls – be there!


October 26 – 1st Round Playoff Tonight

October 26, 2017

The Varsity girls will play in the first round of the Division 2 playoffs at home tonight (Wed 10/26). Game time is 5:00pm on the HHS Turf vs. Lebanon. It looks like the weather will be great 🙂 – so be there!


October 24 – End of Regular Season – Into the Playoffs

October 24, 2017


  • The Reserves finished their season on a high note Friday (10/20) defeating Sharon Academy 4-1. Maia Reynolds, who had just entered the game, scored on an assist from Charlotte Sturm. Six minutes later, Macy DeMara pounced on a rebound and delivered a blistering shot into the upper right corner of the net. Sophia Postans finished out the first half with a 25 yard bomb that ricocheted off the inside of the near post into the goal thus becoming the 12th player to score a goal this season. Kelly Citera produced the only tally of the second half when she curled a corner kick directly into the goal for a truly remarkable finish.
  • Reserve record for the season was 5-5-2.
  • Team Awards are as follows:
    • MVP – Maddy Bridge
    • Coaches Award – Emily Fielder & Jordan Ray
    • Sportsmanship Award – Rose Luttmer
    • Most Improved – Shayla Pham

Jr. Varsity

  • The JVs finished out their regular season Friday (10/20) with a 1-1 road tie against Hollis-Brookline.
  • The JV record for the regular season was 9-4-3.
  • The following morning (Saturday 10/21), the girls turned around and played their best soccer of the season to take home the Championship in the annual JV Tournament played at HHS. The girls were the only team to come out with two wins in the round-robin format:
    • vs. Lebanon – 1-0
    • vs. Merrimack Valley – 1-0
    • vs. Bow – 0-0
    • vs. Kearsarge – 0-0


  • The Varsity girls finished up their regular season Friday (10/20) with a hard-fought road win over Hollis-Brookline. The girls finished the regular season with a 12-2-2 record and are seeded 4th in the upcoming Division 2 playoffs.
  • Varsity will host a first round playoff game Thursday (10/26) vs. Lebanon. Game time is 5:00pm on the HHS Turf. Be there – the girls need your support!

October 20 – Final Day Regular Season

October 20, 2017


  • The Reserve girls will finish their season with a home match (Huntley Meadow) today (Friday 10/20) vs. Sharon Academy – game time is 4:15pm. Be there to see a team that has improved dramatically finish out their season.
  • Monday October 16 – “The visiting Sunapee Lakers struck early with 3 goals in the first 20 minutes of the match thus creating a hole that the Reserves could not crawl out from, and went on to win 6-2.  It wasn’t for lack of trying as the team never gave up, creating a number of scoring opportunities in the second half. The Reserves broke through late in the first half when Anna Glenn calmly eluded the goalie who had come way off her line, and found Luna Falkenberg on the back post. The Reserves continued to pound away at the visitors playing the majority of the second half in the Lakers end of the field and were rewarded for their efforts when Kelly Citera, on a set piece, delivered a beautiful cross to Molly French for the second goal. Coach Mark Alloway said after the match, “I thought we played well after we settled down. The result was not indicative of the way we played, especially in the second half. The team played the way that Coach Kelsey Redpath and I expect them to and we were very pleased with their efforts.” Alloway was quick to praise defender Sophia Bracket saying “Sophia really stepped up in the second half and completely shut down their best player.” Alloway also praised defender Annika Milliman saying “Annika has been battling serious back problems for almost a year. She has had to work herself slowly back onto the field and it was very special to finally get her on the field and to see her play so well.”

Jr. Varsity

  • JV will finish up their regular season today (Fri 10/20) with an away match at Hollis-Brookline – game time is at 4:30pm at the Hollis -Brookline Middle School (Across the street from the High School).
  • The girls have a busy day Saturday (10/21) as they host their annual Jr. Varsity tournament. The weather report looks good – please be there to see the girls finish up the season. You have three opportunities to see the girls in action:
    • Vs. Lebanon – 9:45am – HHS Turf;
    • Vs. Merrimack Valley – 11:00am – HHS Turf;
    • Vs. Kearsarge – 12:20pm – HHS Turf.
  • On Wednesday (10/18) the girls played convincingly in a 3-0 win over Plymouth at home.


  • Varsity will finish up their regular season today (Fri 10/20) with an away match at Hollis-Brookline – game time is at 4:00pm at the Hollis -Brookline High School.
  • The girls were strong both offensively and defensively in a 7-0 home win over Plymouth on Wednesday (10/18). The crowd also expressed their appreciation for our seniors in a short ceremony before the game.
  • The girls are looking forward to Playoffs, which start next week – look here for game details.


October 18 – Senior Night

October 18, 2017

Both the Varsity and Jr. Varsity will be playing this evening (Wed 10/18) vs. Plymouth – at home on the HHS Turf and HHS Grass – game times are 4:30pm. If you can, come a bit early to the Turf (4:05pm) to see a brief ceremony celebrating our seniors. These eight girls have made great contributions to HHS Soccer – let’s let them know that we’ve noticed!